TER’s top 5 episodes of 2015

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2015: Year in review episode, we counted down our 5 most popular episodes of the year, based on the number of times each one was played or downloaded during 2015.

In case you missed it, here are the top five episodes in one handy list.

Did you have a different favourite TER episode in 2015? Tell us about it in the comments below.

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TER #062 – Education & Technology with Alan November – 24 Jan 2016


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Main Feature: Alan November talks about technology in education and issues with Education and politics.

Regular Features: Cameron and Corinne discuss issues in education, including the Federal government announcement about Gonski, the Senate Inquiry into the treatment of students with disabilities in the school system and the NSW propoaal for personality tests for student teachers.

00:00 – Opening Credits

01:19 – Intro

02:50 – Gonski – Birmingham’s summer announcement

14:32 – Senate inquiry into students with disabilities in the school system

36:15 – Personality tests for teachers

53:06 – Feature Introduction

55:34 – Interview – Alan November

01:11:02 – Discussion

01:27:00 – Quote and Sign Off


TER Live #009 – TeachMeet at the House



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As one of the last major TeachMeet events of 2015, TeachMeet at the House invited educators to the Sydney opera House to share examples of pedagogy and teaching practice, while looking over the views of Circular Quay.

This episode contains a selection of 6 presentations from the event, which are listed in the timecodes below.

If you’d like to know more about how to host your own TeachMeet event, visit Teachmeet.net


00.00 Opening Credits
00:21 Intro
01:29 Matt Estermann – Welcome to TeachMeet at the House
04:18 Frank Newman – Creativity and Pedagogy
13:45 Sam Schroder – The Death of the Class Novel
16:27 Henrietta Miller – Passion Projects and Blogging
22:21 Simon Crook – How to win Primary Science
24:41 Phil Cooke – Engaging 15-19 year olds
32:35 Silvia Choi – The Art of Asking
39:48 Melissa Kennedy – The School Diary is Dead
43:11 Acknowledgements and Sign Off